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Mount Gay Eclipse Silver 1.0L
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Mount Gay Eclipse Silver 1.0L

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For over 300 years, Mount Gay Rum has been defined by generations of visionaries on an unwavering quest for excellence. That passion brought forth Eclipse Silver. An exquisite, light-bodied spirit of exceptional flavour and exceedingly smoothe character.   As infinitely pure as the crystalline water used in its making Eclipse Silver is a tribute to the sparkling sea, winding rivers and cascading waterfalls of Barbados Island.  

Appearance: Colourless, crystal clear.           ... read more
Item ID: #19124
Shelf at store21e
Size: 1L (liquor)

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For over 300 years, Mount Gay Rum has been defined by generations of visionaries on an unwavering quest for excellence. That passion brought forth Eclipse Silver. An exquisite, light-bodied spirit of exceptional flavour and exceedingly smoothe character.   As infinitely pure as the crystalline water used in its making Eclipse Silver is a tribute to the sparkling sea, winding rivers and cascading waterfalls of Barbados Island.  

Appearance: Colourless, crystal clear.                

Aroma: lightly aromatic, cane syrup, vanilla,sweet cane notes. Peppery.                          

Taste: peppery, spice, lightly fruity. 

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Sir John Gay was a respected leader and businessman who worked tirelessly in service of the island of Barbados. A friend of Sir John Gay's, the contrarily named John Sober, inherited a then-unknown distillery and had asked for Sir John's help in managing it. Sir John Gay took quickly to the business of making rum. He refined the distillation process and began producing a noticeably superior product that we know today as Mount Gay Rum. Barbados is an island of warm, friendly people, exciting culture and, in the interest of making rum, a great wealth of natural resources. Originally discovered by the Portuguese, "Barbados" which means bearded ones, was the name given to the island to describe the lush, "bearded" trees that grew in abundance. Later settlers to the island found the rich soil and favorable wet season ideal for growing sugar cane.

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